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### Literature for gauge field theory on the lattice in geometrical formulation

I have found an article by Huebschmann, Rudolph and Schmidt: http://www.springerlink.com/content/b8v216v0m8h16264/ about "A Gauge Model for Quantum Mechanics on a Stratified Space" and I am very ...

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### Reference for some elementary facts about principal bundles

Let $(P,\pi,B,G)$ be a principal bundle with total space $P$, base $B$, projection $\pi$ and structure group $G$.
Now I am searching for a good reference (with proofs) for the following facts:
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### Central Yang-Mills connections, and flat connections with prescribed holonomy

Let $X$ be $\Sigma^g$ which is the Riemann surface of genus $g$, and consider a trivial $G$-bundle over it.
1) In this $2$-d setting, the space of Yang-Mills central connections is the set of ...

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### gauge theory construction of vector bundles on singular varieties

This is sort of a follow-up to:
Gauge theory construction of moduli of vector bundles
If I have a complex compact algebraic curve with at worst nodal singularities, is there an analytic description ...

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### Gauge theory construction of moduli of vector bundles

Given a smooth projective complex variety $X$, instead of using Mumford's GIT to construct the moduli of rank $n$ topologically trivial vector bundles, we can also take the gauge theory approach.
To ...

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### Can all G-connections on a Riemann surface X be induced by maps from X to G

There is the invariant Maurerâ€“Cartan 1-form on a compact semi-simple Lie group G. So if we pull it back using a map from X to G then we get a G-connection on X. The question is, can all G-connections ...

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### Seiberg-Witten theory on 4-manifolds with boundary

What generalizations of Seiberg-Witten theory to 4-manifolds with boundary do exist?
I would be especially interested in theories which "behave good" under gluing along the boundary (comparable to ...

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### Deriving symmetries of a Gauge theory

Hello,
I don't know if this is a good place for exposing my problem but I'll try...
I have a gauge theory with action:
$S=\int\;dt L=\int d^4 x \;\epsilon^{\mu\nu\rho\sigma} B_{\mu\nu\;IJ} ...

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### Looking for reference on gauge fields as connections.

Can anyone give me references where I would see a detailed exposition of how to translate gauge field theory as known to physicists into the language of connections. I am looking for a detailed ...

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### Casson's invariant and the trivial connection contribution to witten's 3-manifold invariant

This question might turn out not to make any sense, but here it is: Witten's (and Reshetikhin and Turaev's) 3-manifold invariant can be "defined" as an integral over the space of connections on the ...

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### Monopole classes on hyperbolic 3-manifolds

Let $M$ be a closed hyperbolic $3$-manifold, and $e \in H^2(M)$ an integral cohomology class which is the first Chern class of a $Spin^c$ structure on $M$. Suppose there is a solution to the monopole ...

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### The “miracle” of Heegard Floer.

Taking tori in symmetric products and "miraculously" proving that the Floer homology is independent of choices always seemed, well, miraculous. Some time ago Max Lipyanski explained to me the origins ...